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Subject: Not quite
I appreciate the effort on this one or any matrix that involves source(s) that were originally analog. This one has a noticeable echo in it which tells me the sources are not completely in synch. The mix sounds off to me as well. That being said I mean no offense to the people involved with this matrix as I know how hard it is to successfully pull one of these off.
Subject: From the Hidden Gems Department
Way underrated show that gets lost in the '82 shuffle, and that contains one of THE finest Scarlet>Fires you are ever going to hear from ANY era. Quite serious about this. There are few S>C's that don't contain at least one blown lyric by Jerry (none here in either song), and that have equal energy in parts Scarlet to Fire--this one achieves that balance. Fantastic reggae feel throughout the pairing and just a splendid version. The whole show is worthy of a Matrix re-do & this is a nice homage to it.